- Anas Aremeyaw Anas and Kennedy Agyapong clashed for an interview at the office of a radio station
- The two public figures were later whisked away separately to prevent the creation of a scene
- After the premiere of Anas’ investigation, ‘Number 12’, the legislator has made several moves to ‘expose’ the journalist for being corrupt
All hell broke loose in the offices of a popular radio station in Accra as award-winning undercover journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas and MP for Assin Central, Hon. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, met each other on their way to separate interviews.
The incident which occurred in the offices of Adom FM saw both men who are practically part of the most talked-about personalities in the country at the moment walk in and out of the studios of the station.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Facebook, Mr. Kennedy Agyapong was seen being hailed for his recently premiered exposé, ‘Who watches the watchman’; a piece which is expected to expose Anas as being corrupt.
It is reported that the presence of Kennedy Agyapong necessitated the exit of Anas.
(Video Credit: Ghanawish Radio)
Anas was seen being escorted out of the building flanked by security personnel. On his way out, other colleague journalists of his took selfies with him as he was seen having a brief word with someone.
The undercover journalist was whisked away in an SUV as he mobbed by some workers of the radio station and some members of the public.
Shortly after, the Member of Parliament for Assin Central was captured in the studios defending his video saying that Anas had implicated himself by his own admission.
Anas is reported to have revealed that the video that was showed by Kennedy Agyapong was an old video.
Shortly afterwards, the MP was also escorted out of the building amidst heavy security presence.
Anas Aremeyaw Ana has sued the MP over the recent happenings and is seeking the court to grant him damages to the tune of GHc 25 million.
The recent clashes between the Member of Parliament and the journalist started after the latter premiered his latest investigative piece dubbed ‘Number 12’.
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